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Scientists, social workers, singers, and bike riders are among the recipients of honours on this years Queen Birthday list. This year, the list recognises 582 people for their services to Australia and Australians. Professors James Richard Crawford and Jill Ker Conway have both been awarded the highest honour - an AC, Companion of the Order of Australia. Source: abc.net.au

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